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The Gardiner Museum’s Empty Bowls

Empty Bowls 2019

 

 

On October 24, 2019, 285+ people dined for a good cause at the Gardiner Museum. Guests enjoyed an evening of soups made by Toronto’s top chefs in bowls made by local ceramic artists and students in support of Anishnawbe Health. At the end of the night, the bowl was theirs to keep!
 
Huge thank you to the Gardiner Museum for once again hosting Empty Bowls (for the 27th year!).There are so many people who make this event a huge success year after year – the chefs, potters, staff, volunteers and of course the attendees. Chi Miigwetch!

 

Chefs
 
Lorenzo Loseto, George
Jonathan Abrahams
Suzanne Baby, Gallery Grill
Bianca Azupardo, CLAY Restaurant
Jamie Kennedy, Jamie Kennedy Kitchens
Joseph Shawana, Kukum Kitchen
Giovanna Alonzi, Terroni
Simon Kattar, à la Carte Kitchen
Sean Simon, Hogtown Smoke
Sophia Mifflin, City Canteen

 
Potters
 
Angeline FU, Kayo O’Young and Diane Nasser, Rundi Phelan, Silvana Pasceri, Beth McCubbin, Karen Franzen, Francine Klein, Martina Croghan, Katherine Laco, Sandi Dunkleman, Susan Card, Deanna Sakai, Linda Kelly Cherney, Lynn Fisher, Pleasant Pottery, Woodlawn Pottery Studio, The Potters Studio, The Toronto Potters, Gardiner Studio, Lynn Fisher, Michelle Mendlowitz, Thomas Aitken, Andrea Poorter, Jill Funamoto, Lana Rayman, Audrey Mah, Sarah Mackenzie, Kumiko Claros, Chris Rookwood
 
Bread Donor
 
Fred’s Bread